Health care is a basic human right

Is health care a basic human right

  • 1) yes it is eveywhere but the usa

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • 2) no I'm your typical sociopath die in the gutter you parasite

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3) maybe it isnt a right,but the government should help the poor, or private charities

    Votes: 1 50.0%

  • Total voters
    2
Sep 2018
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#11
It ought to be a basic human right & it isn't when the state gets in the way between patients and providers, and the incentive for those who produce the goods used by the healthcare industry to treat patients. If the state interferes, such as with death panels, it's doing the opposite; it's "infringing on" (interfering with) that basic human "right" (need).
why do canadians with socialized medicine live about four years longer than we do?
 
Nov 2017
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why do canadians with socialized medicine live about four years longer than we do?
Assuming this is true (and not just another example of "lies, damn lies, and statistics"), my guess is that it has to do with the US being the nation that takes the collective financial burden for spearheading research and development in the field of medicine both directly and indirectly, while the rest of the world basically takes a "free rider" type of advantage of it: https://www.quora.com/What-countrie...-during-the-time-period-between-1995-and-2014
 
Sep 2018
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cleveland ohio
#14
Assuming this is true (and not just another example of "lies, damn lies, and statistics"), my guess is that it has to do with the US being the nation that takes the collective financial burden for spearheading research and development in the field of medicine both directly and indirectly, while the rest of the world basically takes a "free rider" type of advantage of it: https://www.quora.com/What-countrie...-during-the-time-period-between-1995-and-2014
our system is broken we need socialism check any credible source our life expectancy is going down and is at the bottom of the barrel
 
Sep 2018
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cleveland ohio
#16
Assuming this is true (and not just another example of "lies, damn lies, and statistics"), my guess is that it has to do with the US being the nation that takes the collective financial burden for spearheading research and development in the field of medicine both directly and indirectly, while the rest of the world basically takes a "free rider" type of advantage of it: https://www.quora.com/What-countrie...-during-the-time-period-between-1995-and-2014
the french are more innovativ than we are The 15 most innovative countries in the world
There are several standouts. Ireland notably scores the highest in the world for both manufacturing value-added and productivity.

According to the index, the concentration of researchers in Denmark is second only to Israel.
 
Sep 2018
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#17
Socialism would amplify such a problem.
There are several standouts. Ireland notably scores the highest in the world for both manufacturing value-added and productivity.

According to the index, the concentration of researchers in Denmark is second only to Israel.
 
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the french are more innovativ than we are The 15 most innovative countries in the world
There are several standouts. Ireland notably scores the highest in the world for both manufacturing value-added and productivity.

According to the index, the concentration of researchers in Denmark is second only to Israel.
There are several standouts. Ireland notably scores the highest in the world for both manufacturing value-added and productivity.

According to the index, the concentration of researchers in Denmark is second only to Israel.
Unfortunately these are just abstract rankings and more generalized about innovation. The link I posted provided detailed numbers and it's specific to medical research and innovation. I'd like to see something that's less abstract and more specific to medical research and innovation; I think that would make for a better rebuttal to my argument.